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Here are a few of our many successful projects in last few years. We're proud of what we do, and we can't wait to assist you in making your construction dreams a reality.
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Centerpoint’s strong relationships in the industry, estimating experience and ability to assemble a conceptual estimate efficiently, landed the company a consultant position for Isaac Wiles, a merging law firm. The firm needed a complete outfitting of their first generation, two floor office space. The nearly 42,606 SF downtown project in Two Miranova, required the project to obtain a high level of finish and quality within the negotiated tenant allowance that was equal to their existing facility.
Budgets were done on preliminary and final drawings in conjunction with the developer; and construction progress was reviewed at weekly job meetings. As a result of walk-throughs with the tenant at varying stages of construction, changes were made early enough in the construction process that additional costs were minimized.
Isaac Wiles obtained a modern, attractive and functional space, which suited for their needs and came within budget. We anticipate future referrals from our involvement with this project.
Centerpoint Construction was invited to bid an office project by Zulily corp. After a thorough examination and walk through with Zulily’s architect, Centerpoint proposed a bid much lower than competing companies, earning us the contract. Our competitive pricing and quick responsiveness kept Centerpoint ahead of the competition. Zulily is a rapidly growing company based on the west coast. The client was looking for a reliable contractor that could handle this primary project, as well as future construction needs at their multiple facilities in the Columbus market.
As a design-build project, there are many moving parts needed to be in place. Since Zulily’s corporate offices are located in Seattle, the ability to easily share information was a key factor in the success of this project. Centerpoint provided weekly, in-depth progress presentations during conference calls throughout the project. The permit release was delayed by several weeks after the original schedule was already put in place. Centerpoint was able to double its performance efforts and condense the remaining construction into reaming weeks of the schedule.
The project was delivered on the targeted original target completion date without any additional cost being endured by the client. Centerpoint Construction was provided the opportunity to construct two additional spaces for Zulily at another facility.
Centerpoint worked with NAI Ohio Equities, the property manager at Omnicare to develop value engineering suggestions to lower costs. We were selected because of our low bid, value engineering pricing, and our previous history with working with the property manager.
A 1,300 SF call center was closed down on Friday at 5 PM, completely remodeled and re-opened, fully-operational on Monday morning at 7 AM. The project required cutting in new windows to allow light into the interior space, painting, carpet, electrical work and coordination with the tenant’s furniture vendor.
The client’s needs were met as Centerpoint completed the project on time allowing employees to work uninterrupted. We maintain a positive, working relationship with Omnicare.
The Sedgwick office suite, located in Dublin, OH was Centerpoint's most unique project to date. The claims management company wanted to combine out-of-the-box workrooms with different finishes throughout to create a high tech look.
As a design-build project, there were many moving parts needed to be in place. Sedgwick's corporate offices are also located in Tennessee, so the ability to easily share information was a key factor in the success of this project. Centerpoint provided weekly, in-depth progress presentations during conference calls throughout the project. Work was completed on the building including night work on the floor below to install multiple floor boxes to service furniture. Additionally, Centerpoint had to act quickly to adapt to add fire proofing material to wood elements to accommodate building department codes as well.
The project was delivered on the targeted original completion date without any additional cost being endured by the client. Centerpoint was able to create break-out rooms that were extremly unique and a first-of-their kind for the company. Centerpoint has also established an ongoing relationship with Sedgwick.